Students and alumni searching for part-time or full-time employment may find the resources below helpful.
A varitey of on and off campus job opportunties, including work study and student help positions, are posted online through Wisconsin TechConnect™. Please visit the on and off campus student jobs webpage to learn more about the application process.
Madison College graduates, students within 6 months of graduating, and students enrolled in a program professional development course can register for a Wisconsin TechConnect account online. Click on "sign me up" on the right side of the page to start the registration process. Wisconsin TechConnect matches you to job openings based on your:
You can also post and share your resume with employers through Wisconsin TechConnect.
The Employment Success Program (ESP) offers ongoing, one-on-one employment support to at-risk students in technical programs.
The City of Madison and the State of Wisconsin have several paid summer internships for students. These programs provide racial/ethnic minorities, female students, and students with disabilities an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and training in various occupational areas and branches of local and state government. Internship consideration for City of Madison positions will also be given for individuals who have experienced a period of long-term unemployment or underemployment.
The Workforce Recruitment Program is a federal program managed by the Departments of Labor and Defense and connects students with disabilities to employers across the U.S. for paid summer internship or permanent full-time job opportunities.
The WorkSmart Network is a team supported by the Workforce Development Board that specializes in delivering innovative workforce services and solutions to prepare workers for the needs of business and industry.